NewCloud Networks (NCN), a global cloud computing and communications provider, is widening its international cloud infrastructure capabilities by expanding to Cleveland. The global cloud services provider has joined hands with H5 Data Centers, a national colocation and wholesale data center provider. According to H5 Data Centers, NewCloud Networks has extended its data center presence to 1625 Rockwell Avenue in downtown Cleveland.
"We are excited to announce this relationship with H5 Data Centers," said Sam V. Kumar, founder & CEO of NewCloud Networks. "NewCloud Networks has a strong presence across the United States and a growing platform internationally. Establishing ourselves in Cleveland will allow us to enhance the delivery of our custom cloud computing and communications services on our ultra-low latency network to enterprises across the East Coast and the Midwest."
H5 Cleveland data center boasts of 351,000 SF data center campus and key peering and interconnection point for Cleveland. It also offers 24x7 on-site engineering and security teams. Attractive wholesale power rates and private data center suites are other highlights of the H5 Cleveland data center.
NewCloud Networks is a global cloud services provider specializing in backup, disaster recovery, production cloud, hosted PBX, and security-as-a-service. As a leading privately-owned data center operator in the United States, H5 Data Centers has over 2 million square feet of data center space under management. The company designs and engineers flexible and scalable data center solutions to address the core infrastructure and edge requirements of its customers. NewCloud Networks along with H5 Data Centers is expected to facilitate a world-class hybrid IT offering.
"NewCloud Networks offers a full suite of custom cloud computing and communications solutions to enterprises across the world. This new deployment expands the on-site hybrid IT opportunities for our Cleveland customers and prospects. We look forward to being an IT infrastructure partner to NewCloud Networks as they expand their platform," said Josh Simms, CEO of H5 Data Centers.